How to See Realm Database Data Saved in Device using Android Studio

How to See Realm Database Data Saved in Device using Android Studio

Hey Guys, This post on How to See Realm Database Data Saved in Device using Android Studio was the demanding post of one of our visitor Shubham. So here are the steps to see the data stored in the Realm database in the device. This is an extended post of our previous post Example of Realm Database in React Native.

Open Realm Database Stored in Device using Android Studio

1. First of all store the data in the application.

2. If you are working with the Real Device or with the emulator you can connect it with the Android Studio just by opening the project with Android Studio. For that, you have to open the Android Studio and in File > Open > Find your project in the directory and open the <Your project>/android directory. (Opening the same project is not mandatory you can open any project).

3. After opening the Android Studio what we want is to find the Device File Explorer which you can find in the right bottom of the Android Studio. Now Click on that.

4. You will see a window will open and now select the device from the top and expand the data option.

5. Find your project with Realm Database and expand it. You will find the files and under that the database which you have created. save it to any directory.

6. Now  Go to this link. Where you can find the Realm Studio which you can download and can install.

7. open the installed Realm Studio and select Open Realm File option.

8. Now Navigate to the directory where you have saved your database and open it.

9. Hurre!! Here it is.

This is how you can See Realm Database Data Saved in Device using Android Studio. If you have any doubt or you want to share something about the topic you can comment below or contact us here. There will be more posts coming soon. Stay tuned!

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